Yuvraj Singh on Virat Kohli: Former Indian batsman Yuvraj Singh has made a big disclosure. The former left-handed Indian batsman told how the entire credit for his return to Team India goes to Virat Kohli. Yuvraj Singh returned to Team India after fighting a battle with cancer. Yuvraj Singh, who was a part of the 2011 World Cup, played the 2014 World Cup and the 2017 Champions Trophy after his return.
Now the former veteran batsman revealed that when Virat Kohli was the captain of the Indian team, he supported him a lot. Talking to ‘News18’, Yuvraj Singh said, “When Virat Kohli was the captain of the Indian team, he supported me a lot. If Kohli was not there, I would never have returned to the Indian team.
Cancer was detected after the 2011 World Cup
Yuvraj Singh came to know after the 2011 World Cup that he had cancer. However, the batsman had once again returned to the field after defeating this disease. According to media reports, during the 2011 World Cup, Yuvraj Singh also had vomiting of blood. After all these problems, Yuvraj Singh made a comeback.
Yuvraj’s international career was like this
Yuvraj Singh retired from cricket in 2019. He made his international debut in October, 2000. The left-handed batsman has played 40 Tests, 304 ODIs and 58 T20 Internationals in his career.
He has scored 1900 runs in 62 Test innings at an average of 33.92, 8701 runs in ODIs at an average of 36.55 and 1177 runs in T20 Internationals at an average of 28.02 and a strike rate of 136.38. He has scored 3 centuries and 11 half-centuries in Tests, 14 centuries and 52 half-centuries in ODIs and 8 half-centuries in T20 International.
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